Yattendon and Frilsham Village Fete
The Newbury Lions were at the Yattendon and Frilsham Village Fete on the May Bank Holiday with our roundabout.
This traditional fete took place in Yattendon village square and the tithe barn with lots of interesting craft stalls, a nearly new stall and the popular Bric-a-brac stall offering an array of desirable items. Refreshments included a hog roast and barbeque, pimms stall and local ales. Teas, coffee and delicious homemade cakes were served in the village hall. The cake competition this year was the 'Battle of the Sexes'. There were lots of activities for children of all ages including a bouncy castle, welly throwing, china smashing, coconut shy, penalty shoot out, mini golf, and tug of war. Older visitors admired the vintage tractor and car displays as well as Morris dancers and music from the Fiesta Steel Band.
Check out the Lions peace poster display at the Newbury Museum from Wednesday 8th January 10am till Thursday 30th January 4pm.
The is an exhibit on the 1st floor showing all 34 entries from Castle School for the peace poster.
President with Colin awarded certificates to pupils of castle school who took part in the peace poster competition and also announced the winner and runners up.